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This B&B is a perfect economical way to combine a taste of Tuscan hill country and the glories of Florence, since it has both. No more than a few minutes south of the Arno River, it has extraordinary views all around of ancient cultivated hills...More
Wonderful week in Tuscany! Coming home to Casa Bartolini, perched up above the Certosa, was the perfect end to the day. Lovely home, delicious breakfasts, kind, discreet and friendly hospitality: highly recommended! The food is yum as the chef is into the slow food movement...More
We had the most romantic stay at Casa Bartolini with my newly wedded husband. The location was perfect to enjoy at the same time of the close location of Florence and relaxing privacy. B&B This house was a lot more! Our spacious room opened to...More
Dario Bartolini's place is 5 minutes from the Porta Romana (as in Portrait of a Lady), on the Siena side of town. It is an ideal location for seeing both Tuscany and the city of Florence, with fast access to the roads towards the sea,...More
My girlfriend and I had high expectations when we stayed at Casa Bartolini--it came highly recommended from a relative--and yet Dario Bartolini's casa surpassed our hopes. Breakfast alone makes this place worth visiting. Homemade pastries, bread, jam, and fresh fruit served with ridiculously tasty espresso,...More
A few minutes from Porta Romana and Florence, in the midst of an olive grove, Casa Bartolini overlooks the Cistercian monastery, La Certosa. Built on the footprint of a Tuscan farm building, the house is an rare example of 70s Italian architecture. The host, Dario Bartolini, is architect, artist and cook. You will enjoy his home baked breads and cake at breakfast in a loggia with a beautiful view.